Polls are open Tuesday for voters around the Phoenix area and state. As of opening time at 6 a.m., one location has been confirmed as experiencing issues. Other problems have been reported to ABC15 by concerned voters.
Adrian Fontes, the Maricopa County Recorder, tweeted on Tuesday morning that there were “building access issues” at the polling place at 2031 N. Arizona Avenue in the Gila Precinct.
Voters assigned to that location were asked to go to the City Hall Vote Center at 175 S. Arizona Ave. At 7:15 a.m., Fontes said the 2031 N. Arizona Ave. location was back up and running.
Each point on the map below shows a polling location that is experiencing issues, according to viewers and officials. Click on each polling location for more information.
Fontes also said troubleshooters are at the Mesa Sunland voting location near Greenfield and Southern assessing problems. The closest voting center to that location is Mesa Community College Red Mountain Campus, Fontes says.
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Officials pledged no repeat of Arizona's history of voting issues before Tuesday's election.